Sic bo

Sic Bo is an unequal game of chance played with three dice. Other names for the game include tai sai, dai siu, big and small, and hi-lo. This game originated in ancient China, and the English version is known as chuck-a-luck. The term sic bo means “precious dice”, but there are also variants in the game's name.

The basic bet in Sic Bo is called the “small/big” bet. This bet is based on the total score of the three dice. It pays if all three numbers are the same. The payout for this bet is 12 to 1 for the single bet. If all three numbers are the same, the player wins a single unit. The same bet also pays out for triple bets. There is a high house edge in this game, but the payouts are higher.

The basic strategy for Sic Bo is to play on the lowest number possible. The game is easy to understand and requires no skills to win. The odds are high and the house edge is low, making it an excellent choice for those who want to lower their risks. As with any gambling game, however, the strategy will depend on the type of bets you make. The best strategy will be based on bet combinations. This method will vary in risk and rate, so be sure to research the game thoroughly.